Leverage 5 Seasons 2010
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1. The Jailhouse Job In order to save the life of an innocent inmate, Nate must bring down the corrupt warden of the Super-Max prison where he's currently incarcerated and escape.
2. The Reunion Job To uncover a password, the team infiltrates the high school reunion of an amoral software magnate.
3. The Inside Job Parker is trapped in an unknown location while working a theft for her mentor.
4. The Scheherazade Job To rob an African kleptocrat's Boston vault, the Leverage team has to time their heist to a symphony concert nearby.
5. The Double-Blind Job Nate and the team infiltrate the world of Big Pharma to take down a corrupt CEO.
6. The Studio Job To take down a corrupt record executive, Leverage infiltrates the world of Country & Western music.
7. The Gone Fishin' Job The Leverage crew aims to turn the tables on a greedy debt collector stealing from innocent taxpayers, when they discover their target is also a domestic terrorist.
8. The Boost Job The Leverage team dives into the high-octane world of master car thieves.
9. The Three-Card Monte Job When innocent small businessmen are blackmailed into committing crimes, the team's investigation reveals an unlikely foe.
10. The Underground Job In the aftermath of a deadly mine explosion, the team infiltrates the coal mines of West Virginia to put an end to the dangerous practices of the mine's owner.
11. The Rashomon Job In an offbeat episode, the team realizes that they each tried to steal the same artifact on the same night five years before.
12. The King George Job When the team finds out that an antiquities trafficker working for Moreau is using refugee children as mules to smuggle artifacts, they travel to London to lure him into an Auction House scam.
13. The Morning After Job The Leverage team convinces a violent hedge fund manager that he has murdered Parker, not knowing that their con has made the rogue financier the target of assassins.
14. The Ho Ho Ho Job The team infiltrates a mall on Christmas Eve and uncovers a nefarious scheme perpetrated by an old nemesis.
15. The Big Bang Job The team infiltrates a Department of Defense research lab in order to stop Damien Moreau.
16. The San Lorenzo Job The Leverage team follows Moreau to San Lorenzo only to find that Moreau is the chief advisor to the current President.
|Supporting actors||Aldis Hodge, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf, Elisabetta Canalis, Giancarlo Esposito, Martha Boles, Nnamdi Asomugha, Marcel Davis, Sean Goodearl, Ryan Tresser, Garfield Wedderburn, Michael Winther|
|Executive Producer||Kerry Glover|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
The episodes that ARE strong may be the strongest of the series, but unfortunately are not as plentiful as in previous seasons.
These are the types of shows I like to watch - I like watching this series over and over again for I know I like helping people and what this show and the stories each portray -... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Janet L. Hatch
I am very happy to have the third season to add to my collection. have been watching these for a long time
was glad to get this one to follow the series better. Read more
What can I say if you loved the series as I do, having it forever preserved on DVD is awesome!! Got it on time dvd's are clean, no probs with purchase at all, sure wish this series... Read morePublished 1 month ago by CHICANDACE
This show is witty, keeps you guessing, and love able characters. If you buy the DVDs you will be able to watch this show over and over again. It never gets old!Published 1 month ago by mscott
The plots in Leverage keep your attention, but the strength of the show are the actors--they are uniformly strong across the board. The entire family should enjoy!Published 1 month ago by Notes from the Oil Patch
I almost never leave feedback, but I made it a point to leave one for this show. I found it by accident and was hooked with just one episode. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Zamora